Custom Autosound KNW-2009 Kenwood Dual Custom Fit Speakers
67-68 Caprice, 66-67 Chevelle, 66-67 Chevy II, 66-67 El Camino, 67-68 Impala
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Custom Autosound's dual dash speakers provide great stereo sound from your classic car or truck's factory mono speaker location. Our 1,000 series is designed to replace OEM speakers generally held in-place by screws. Our 2,000 series replaces OEM speakers held in place by metal brackets. All of our dual dash speakers are pre-wired and designed to easily connect to any Custom Autosound radio. Choose from our own line of dual dash speakers or try our optional Kenwood speaker models.
Note: Actual product may vary from image.
- 1966-1967 Chevy Chevelle with A/C
- 1966-1967 Chevy El Camino with A/C
- 1967-1968 Chevy Impala with A/C
- 1966-1967 Chevy Nova with A/C
NotesFor use with radios designed for 4 ohm applications only. Orignal 8 or 10-ohm radios will not work.
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